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? >> reporter: take a look, jamie. it's wild. folks in the northeast are used to dealing with this type of weather, but many of them say that they have never seen anything like this, and they're even comparing it to the blizzard of '78. some folks saying it's even worse. we're in milford, connecticut. 38 inches of snow have fallen. the u.s. postal service suspended service. this mailbox here gives you an idea of how much snow is on the ground. same thing with the sidewalk that has been plowed here, but it's just insane, what people are having to go through even though they're used to it. i want to you listen to what some of the residents have to say. >> what was it the blizzard of '78, i think it was, and it was just like this deep also. maybe this is a little deeper. no. this is definitely deeper. >> this is the most snow i've ever seen. it's unbelievable. >> the storm is being blamed for at least five deaths in the united states including an 11-year-old boy in boston who died of carbon monoxide poisoning while waiting in a car as his father was digging out snow. the travel bans have b
for this community, elizabeth. we're praying. keep us posted. eric? >> as elizabeth just mentioned, the bus driver that dykes is accused of killing will be laid to rest later today. charles albert po land, jr. is being remembered today as a hero. hundreds turned out for a memorial service for him last night. authorities say the 66-year-old driver was shot several times as he tried to protect the young children on his bus by blocking the gunman's way. >> we also have some new information on a charter bus crash that injured 34 people in boston. check out these pictures. the vehicle was carrying high schoolers and their chaperones on its way to philadelphia after a visit to harvard university when it struck an overpass. the incident caught many on the bus completely offguard. >> i don't even remember. i remember going under a bridge, and all i know is it turned black and i opened my eyes and everybody was screaming. i don't even know what happened. >> just chaos? >> it was utter chaos. i don't remember. >> what happened? do you remember anything? >> the bus crashed against an overpass. it was too tal
used to make fun of my wife because he cleaned up the tray and seats and arm. watch out for the remote controls. that is a high traffic and the phone and also the light switch. those are the areas where there is a lot of germs and a lot of times we have immune system to fight it and make sure you clean it up and keep it safe. >> and same thing at home. >> common surfaces is where the germs are. >> when you move out i will tidy up. >> fantastic start for the brain. >> in a few minutes, the doctors will continue their conversation. go to live chat and they will answer questions. go to fox news.com/sunday house call and look them up and ask some questions. they will not stay all day but stay for a while. >> bring it on. nice to see you. >> thank you. >> well, fox news alert. eric it was yours. >> this is a story that we have followed ever since comments and remarks were made against chuck hagel. new developments over the confirmation fight. first the secretary of defense potentially senator hagel. republicans delayed that confirmation with the historic filibuster but there
-dose electrical current that works for sweating in the hands and feet, but not under the arms. you can use it battery or plug it into the pull. it's called ionophoresis. it works on the hands and the feet. >> great information today. >> >> eric: as always. >> good to see you. >> don't try this at home without a doctor involved. >> jamie: take care. >> eric: we begin a new hour with the fox news alert. we are just hours away from the start of the daytona 500. that, of course, the day after that horrific crash that left at least 33 fans injured. >> jamie: so unexpected, so unbelievable. you are taking a live look at speedway, crews worked through the night to repair a massive hole, after kyle larson's car went airborne, sending huge chunks of debris and evenly a tire sailing through the crowd. rescuers carried injured fans down on stretchers before taking them to a local hospital. >> eric: that can be so dangerous. this is a brand-new hour of america's news headquarters. >> jamie: the speedway president has responded to this, saying they are looking for ways to improve fan safety. just in ti
said that the u.s. state department was adjunct of the israeli foreign minister's office which would be breath taking if he said that to have a view. i got a letter back from senator hagel in did you say that or believe that. high said he didn't recall that and disavowings. he also concerns about bengazi . even though hagel was not in time graham demanding answers. the white house said congress has plenty of answers from them about bengazi. >> you know, just the other day, our counselsent a letter to capitol hill on the latest on bengazi. that is it 10,000 pages of documents we have provided. >> the president himself said a lot of the questions of bengazi were driven by congress and they're running out of questions to ask. stiantor john mccain said hagel is not qualified but the senate should confirm him because a reasonable amount of time has passed. >> thank you, steve. >> you bet. >> it is an emotional day in rome, that has pope john paul ii blesses want faithful from his window. for the first time since announcing his resignation. a crowd of 50,000 fill would st. peter's square 1
jerusalem. >> arthel: dire new warnings about the focus impact sequestration could have on the u.s. military. allergy officials say the across the board cuts would force them to increase touring for soldiers deployed in afghanistan next we're and could put our national security at risk. steve centanni with more. tell us why is this such a threat to military readiness? >> arthel, a number of reasons. not enough money for proper maintenance of bases and equipment and more troubling, not enough money for the proper training of our troops. this would mean those serving in afghanistan would have to stay longer because not enough troops are being trained to replace them. a problem, according to former general who knows. >> youscientists discovered if u extend a soldier much beyond about nine or ten months, his fighting ability falls off, or you replace him with soldiers who haven't had the proper amount of training and the right equipment to go to afghanistan and survive in combat. >> already we've seen the decision to keep only one aircraft carrier in the persian gulf instead of two. >> arthel: i
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